F9 Mount iso at boot up SOLVED
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Mon Jul 14 00:52:40 UTC 2008
>> It was a permission thing.
>> I needed in fstab:
>> /path-to/some.iso /mnt/somewhere iso9660 user,ro,loop 0 0
>> "rw" gives the permission denied
Mikkel L. Ellertson:
> It sounds like the system does not like you trying to mount a
> read-only device read-write. That makes sense.
I haven't put entries in the fstab file to automount an ISO each boot,
but when I've mounted an ISO from a command line, I've never had to
specify read-only, it managed to work that out for itself. And I would
have thought that the iso9660 filetype would have read-only as its
I'm wondering if Frank had actually specified "rw" or just thought it
was the default when neither "ro" or "rw" were specified?
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